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Uttermost Ardusin Hobby Cupboard
Uttermost Ardusin Hobby Cupboardby Uttermost(1)
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$746$1,009
Bob and Belle Cooper founded The Uttermost Company in 1975, and it is still 100% owned by the Cooper family. The Uttermost mission is simple and timeless: to make great home accessories at reasonable prices. Inspired by award-winning designers, custom finishes, innovative product engineering and advanced packaging reinforcement, Uttermost continues to deliver on this mission. For over 30 years, Uttermost has enjoyed steady growth with over 200 employees working in its Rocky Mount, Virginia factories totaling 600,000 square feet. It also has a factory in China and a state-of-the-art West Coast distribution center for increased capacity and faster shipping to West Coast retailers and customers. Uttermost is proud to support many of the world's most prestigious home-furnishing customers with its products and services. Uttermost believes its success is largely based on its commitment to three key principles: proving superior customer service, maximizing product value through great design and sharp pricing, and treating its employees, sales representatives, and designers as partners in business. Craftsman Built Of Select Hardwoods Hand Finished In Worn Black With Six Solid Mahogany Dovetail Bins. Keep Handle Openings Facing Out For Ease Of Use, Or Turn To Show Solid Sides For More Concealed Storage. Uttermost's Furniture Combines Premium Quality Materials With Unique High-style Design. With The Advanced Product Engineering And Packaging Reinforcement, Uttermost Maintains Some Of The Lowest Damage Rates In The Industry. Each Product Is Designed, Manufactured And Packaged With Shipping In Mind. Finish/Frame Description: Craftsman Built Of Select Hard Woods, Hand Finished In Worn Black, With Six Solid Mahogany Dovetail Bins. Keep Handle Openings Facing Out For Ease Of Use, Or Turn To Show Solid Sides For More Concealed Storage. Related Items: 25745Read More
Uttermost Ardusin Mahogany Hobby Chest
Uttermost Ardusin Mahogany Hobby Chestby Uttermost
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$658$905
Bob and Belle Cooper founded The Uttermost Company in 1975, and it is still 100% owned by the Cooper family. The Uttermost mission is simple and timeless: to make great home accessories at reasonable prices. Inspired by award-winning designers, custom finishes, innovative product engineering and advanced packaging reinforcement, Uttermost continues to deliver on this mission. For over 30 years, Uttermost has enjoyed steady growth with over 200 employees working in its Rocky Mount, Virginia factories totaling 600,000 square feet. It also has a factory in China and a state-of-the-art West Coast distribution center for increased capacity and faster shipping to West Coast retailers and customers. Uttermost is proud to support many of the world's most prestigious home-furnishing customers with its products and services. Uttermost believes its success is largely based on its commitment to three key principles: proving superior customer service, maximizing product value through great design and sharp pricing, and treating its employees, sales representatives, and designers as partners in business. Uttermost's Furniture Combines Premium Quality Materials With Unique High-style Design. With The Advanced Product Engineering And Packaging Reinforcement, Uttermost Maintains Some Of The Lowest Damage Rates In The Industry. Each Product Is Designed, Manufactured And Packaged With Shipping In Mind. Craftsman Built Of Select Hardwoods Hand Finished In Worn Black With Four Solid Mahogany Dovetail Bins And Three Storage Drawers. Keep Handle Openings Facing Out For Ease Of Use, Or Turn To Show Solid Sides For More Concealed Storage.Read More
Rebekah Bookcase in Country White Finish
Rebekah Bookcase in Country White Finishby Chelsea Home
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$1,406.74$2,059.99
Screws are used to hand assemble furniture providing greater durability and strength. Tack slides on feet to prevent scuffing and easy mobility. Made from premium grade eastern white pine. Made in USA. No assembly required. 46 in. W x 16 in. D x 55 in. H (80 lbs.). Standard finish uses a sealer, 2 coats of paint, sand through then sprayed with stain and wiped off. Chelsea Home Furniture proudly offers handcrafted American made heirloom quality furniture, custom made for you. What makes heirloom quality furniture. It's knowing how to turn a house into a home. It's clean lines, ingenuity and impeccable construction derived from solid woods, not veneers or printed finishes over composites or wood products the best nature has to offer. It's creating memories. It's ensuring the furniture you buy today will still be the same 100 years from now. Every piece of furniture in our collection is built by expert furniture artisans with a standard of superiority that is unmatched by mass-produced composite materials imported from Asia or produced domestically. This rare standard is evident through our use of the finest materials available, such as locally grown hardwoods of many varieties and pine, which make our products durable and long lasting. Many pieces are signed by the craftsman that produces them, as these artisans are proud of the work they do. These American made pieces are built with mastery, using mortise-and-tenon joints that have been used by woodworkers for thousands of years. In addition, our craftsmen use tongue-in-groove construction and screws instead of nails during assembly and dovetailing both painstaking techniques that are hard to come by in today's marketplace. And with a wide array of stains available, you can create an original piece of furniture that not only matches your living space, but your personality. So adorn your home with a piece of furniture that will be future history, an investment that will last a lifetime.Read More
Consigned American Federal Mahogany Antique Secretary Desk ca. 1790-1810
Consigned American Federal Mahogany Antique Secretary Desk ca. 1790-1810by SillaLtd
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$4,250$5,500
AMERICAN FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY TWO-PART SECRETARY WRITING DESK North Shore, Massachusetts; circa 1790-1810 Item # 906IUT05P A rare and exceptional "Ladies Writing Desk", this form and use of three inlaid columns in the upper doors relates to the tambour door examples by John and Thomas Seymour held in the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston as well as a similar documented example in Winterthur Museum, Delaware. Another quite similar example is held in the permanent collection of the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, this resting over spade feet with the same swollen profile as the present example. Our desk was likely completed by a craftsman inspired by the Seymour's desks, though without the use of additional inlays and tambour front found on most of the Seymour attributed desks. Exquisitely inlaid columns divide out the facade of the upper, these nearly pictorial with a sash that wraps around the column diagonally. The doors open to reveal six pigeon-hole letter slots with scalloped valances below four and over three drawers. Note the quality of the craftsmanship with alternating light, medium and dark hues between the drawer facades, valances and what would appear to be rosewood veneered blades and divides. This upper section is built as a solitary unit and can be removed easily from the top, allowing the desk to be safely moved without suffering damage. It is perhaps this attention to detail that has allowed it to remain in such excellent overall original condition. In the lower section, a single smaller drawer is flanked by lopers, withdrawn to allow the writing surface to flip out and rest firmly. A second larger drawer is situated below this, both with replaced stamped brass pulls. The mahogany used in the drawer fronts is a very pleasing grain pattern with horizontal rolling waves, the rectangle framed in light-and-dark double stringer inlays and surrounded by cockbead molding. A warm silky patina throughout allows the aged mahogany to glow through the burnished shellac and years of surface wax. It is an exceptional investment grade piece in very fine original condition throughout. Similar Examples: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, acc. no. B.65.12: a Federal Tambour Door Inlaid Writing Desk over spade feet Christies, New York, June 17 1997, lot 417, "A Federal Inlaid Mahogany Secretary Desk, attributed to John and Thomas Seymour", with similar spade feet profile and non-similar tambour doors and formal inlays Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art (RISD), Rhode Island, acc. no. 71.075, "A Ladies Writing Desk attr. to John and Thomas Seymour" Winterthur Museum, Delaware, acc. no. 57.802 Measurements: 43 3/4" H x 38 7/8" W x 20 1/4" D; 29 1/2" H to writing surface; writing surface is 38 7/8" W x 18" D when opened Condition Report: Replaced stamped brass pulls. Strip on lower edge of right door possibly a repaired splice; replaced green baize writing surface; minor patching/veneer and stringer replacements; spots of column veneer replaced including a patch to the bottom of the column in the center of the left door. Minor age related shrinkage cracks in the sides of the case.Read More